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Old 03-28-2013, 10:42 AM
 
Location: CHicago, United States
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In otherwords Mexico doesn't tolerate illegal immigrants like we do. The policies against illegal immigration are the same for both countries it is just that we don't enforce them like Mexico does.
You don't seem to know much about the topic you're discussing. That's my observation. Mexico has a huge illegal alien problem ... with people from Central America entering on their way to the USA, but also those who are looking for work and sanctuary in Mexico. Mexican law enforcement authorities frequently murder - shoot for fun - illegal aliens from Central America. If they're not killed the women are frequently raped. The illegals are robbed of whatever little they have on them. Then there are the illegals who are smarter or who have more financial resources/education ... who blend-into the population and work in business and education, illegally. Just like some illegals blend-in in the USA. The Irish are a good example. Lots of illegal Irish in the USA. Mexico recently amended its immigration regulations to in part deal with the challenge of illegal aliens. Supposedly fairer treatment and due process is being afforded the illegals. But at the end of the day, their lives aren't valued highly. They're considered, for the most part in Mexico, as 'throw aways.'
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:12 AM
 
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I think you've fairly/accurately responded to the earlier assertions. True, though, that Mexico is not as generous in its regulations regarding foreigners as the USA is. But the cultures/histories are very different. Each nation develops its own priorities.
Keyword.

Thats why they should mind their business.
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:40 AM
 
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You don't seem to know much about the topic you're discussing. That's my observation. Mexico has a huge illegal alien problem ... with people from Central America entering on their way to the USA, but also those who are looking for work and sanctuary in Mexico. Mexican law enforcement authorities frequently murder - shoot for fun - illegal aliens from Central America. If they're not killed the women are frequently raped. The illegals are robbed of whatever little they have on them. Then there are the illegals who are smarter or who have more financial resources/education ... who blend-into the population and work in business and education, illegally. Just like some illegals blend-in in the USA. The Irish are a good example. Lots of illegal Irish in the USA. Mexico recently amended its immigration regulations to in part deal with the challenge of illegal aliens. Supposedly fairer treatment and due process is being afforded the illegals. But at the end of the day, their lives aren't valued highly. They're considered, for the most part in Mexico, as 'throw aways.'
I know enough from what I have read. Mexico probably doesn't care if the illega immigrant is on his way to the U.S. Those that they treat as you described just proves my point. They are less tolerant of illegal immigrants than we are. We should follow suit and I don't mean murder, rob or rape them either.

The Irish here illegally pale in comparion to Mexicans and other Latinos. But yes, they are more likely to be educated and can care for themselves so less of a threat or burden to our society. But the bottom line is that ALL illegals should be deported as our immigration laws state not granted amnesty. When was the last time Mexico granted millions of poor, uneducated and unskilled in their country illegally an amnesty and working jobs that should go to Mexican citizens? We are the fools.
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Old 03-28-2013, 12:21 PM
 
Location: CHicago, United States
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Keyword.

Thats why they should mind their business.
As should you. Leave discussion of American issues ... to "Americans."
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Old 03-28-2013, 02:44 PM
 
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As should you. Leave discussion of American issues ... to "Americans."
Its my business and every other Americans business not Mexico's.
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Old 03-28-2013, 08:33 PM
 
Location: Jacurutu
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Actually, I think we are comparable in our policies it is just that our immigration laws aren't enforced like Mexico enforces theirs. We are too PC in this country and greed and power overules it also. It will be our downfall.
How does Mexico enforce their immigration laws, I've not seen any comparable level to the enforcement as we have in the United States...
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Old 03-28-2013, 08:44 PM
 
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How does Mexico enforce their immigration laws, I've not seen any comparable level to the enforcement as we have in the United States...
Are you kidding? There have been many posts in here describing it. Search for them.
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Old 03-28-2013, 09:05 PM
 
Location: Jacurutu
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Are you kidding? There have been many posts in here describing it. Search for them.
"Describing it"? I've had firsthand experience to be in Mexico, and have discounted most of the Michelle Malkin quote that was made in the OP. There isn't anywhere close to the immigration enforcement (the number of personnel, budgets, and involved agencies) of the United States that is taking place in Mexico.

What is your source(s) on the enforcement of Mexico's immigration laws to compare it to the United States?:

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Actually, I think we are comparable in our policies it is just that our immigration laws aren't enforced like Mexico enforces theirs. We are too PC in this country and greed and power overules it also. It will be our downfall.
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Old 03-28-2013, 11:45 PM
 
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"Describing it"? I've had firsthand experience to be in Mexico, and have discounted most of the Michelle Malkin quote that was made in the OP. There isn't anywhere close to the immigration enforcement (the number of personnel, budgets, and involved agencies) of the United States that is taking place in Mexico.

What is your source(s) on the enforcement of Mexico's immigration laws to compare it to the United States?:
You absolutely have no clue what Mexico is like if you seriously believe that Mexico would allow millions of impoverished Americans to simply move in and think they're going to stay there. Imagine our inner cities pouring into Mexico. No way would the racist Mexicans allow it.
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Old 03-29-2013, 06:44 AM
 
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"Describing it"? I've had firsthand experience to be in Mexico, and have discounted most of the Michelle Malkin quote that was made in the OP. There isn't anywhere close to the immigration enforcement (the number of personnel, budgets, and involved agencies) of the United States that is taking place in Mexico.

What is your source(s) on the enforcement of Mexico's immigration laws to compare it to the United States?:
I don't have a source saved. Even a pro-illegal poster in here described how illegal aliens are treated in Mexico. I didn't see you challenging him. Why is that? Tell you what, prove Malkin wrong then with a link to a viable sources that disputes what she said.
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